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i realized okay this really works. i have stopped using sensodyne in the past for like a week. and then i would notice slowly but surely that same sensitivity would start coming back. i said let me go back to using the sensodyne. this one is a keeper. it's 6:00 and the pleasant weather is overshadowed by what's to come. well, no question, it's a calm day's start. that's not a issue.
take a look at the day part. what we'll see is eventually, skies clouding up. pretty quickly by noon. by evening, there's a chance of lain -- rain in the evening and that's tropical depression number 16. that could be the name nicole. 72 at lunch and on its way to a high of 82 degrees? here's the radar. we'll see the low. that's tropical depression number 16 south of key west. we're seeing the moisture compressed up the coast as far north as the virginia/north carolina border. that's a result of tropical depression number 16. when you look at the spaghetti model, it's another bad news for us. it's bringing it over the area. and it, tropical depression number 16, over the next 36
hours. it could give us 5 inches of rain. not much a going on and we'll take it. there's the drive times and the speeds. everything's at full speed. 53 miles per hour is the slowest spot and i think we can live with that. there's the westside. it's starting to get busier and no delays and other problems there. and 83 at shawan road, looking good and no problems on 95, just south of the beltway. and remember, wjz is always on, for traffic information any time go, to wjz.com. thank you, and here's what people will talk about today. disbelief and out rage after a drunk driver is sentenced. >> reporter: between house arrest and prison, the killer will do a year's time. here are the reasons why that's not good enough for the family. >> reporter: it's been a year
since the 16-year-old was killed while riding his bike in elkridge. his family's emotions are still raw. >> easy going, no matter what was going on. he had a little smile on his face. >> reporter: this 27-year-old pleaded guilty to hitting the boy and he was intoxicate and he was carrying heroin. he'll be subject to random drug counseling and he'll woman serve six months in prison -- he'll only serve six months in prison. >> you'll serve more time for possession of heroin than killing somebody? >> reporter: the only charges he pled guilty to were possessioning heroin and driving under the influence. >> sometimes, the stronger the
state's case, the less they want to give up and the weaker the case, the more willing they are to give up something. >> he didn't get to get married and i think that it should, you know, someone who decided to do drugs and drink and get in the car. and he just did that, you know, for fun. he took my brother's life. i think that it should mess up his life to a point where he regrets it. >> reporter: he'll do the six months in prison first and then, the house arrest. don, back to you. >> and as part of the plea deal, the prison term was suspended accept for the six months inside and house arrest. a 33-year-old officer is
dead. investigators are saying that it was because of the rain. mayor stephanie rawlings-blake thanks him for his service to the city. will. a howard county couple is suing their apartment complex claiming that bedbugs bit them in their sleep. they say that the complex was negligent in not treating the unit after the bedbugs were discovered next door. a major agreement for the schools and we have a preview for you now. here's denise koch with what would be a big change. >> reporter: good morning, according to the media partner, the baltimore sun, teacher pay will no longer be based on years of experience and number of college degrees. instead, with the goal of improving education, teacher's pay will be based on student's performance. the obama administration was pushing for a change.
baltimore will be a handful -- be among a handful of cities taking that approach. and if use take the bus, the city wants to hear about your ride. students who use buses will be able to get the feed back using the texting. the officials hope it will address the public transportation problems. >> former president jimmy carter will be released from a hospital in ohio. he was kept overnight in cleveland. he had an upset stomach. and he's on a tour for his new book "white house diary." and aig is close to reaching an agreement with the government on the unpaid debts. this morning, the times are reporting that the insurance
giant is ready to pay back the government. it totaled $132 billion. the plan will reduce the stake in the company at 79%. >> and we're inching closer to sunday's battle. and the steeler's head coach said that charlie bat started the successive games in 2005 and ben roethlisberger was sidelined because of his behavior and meantime, the ravens are preparing for an unfriendly venue. it will be tough and exciting. that's what you get for it. we can't wait to be a part of it. and there were times, i think that cleveland called three timeouts because of crowd noise. the ravens are on the road facing steelers in pittsburgh.
you can see the game sunday afternoon at 1:00. and the game will be immediately followed by the post game shows. mark viviano will have the highlights and reaction. it's mary, and marty and the bulldog. that's live, here, sunday, wjz- 13. and the hotty between two knot --notties. >> we'll fight breast cancer, dick gelfman ride across america. we made a couple thousand dollars last year. that's a lot of change when you're fighting breast cancer. we'll be at daniel's restaurant, we'll start at 11:00 at the tailgate and we'll watch the game. i'm ducking out and going down
to the field house and get ready for the broadcast. we'll grill outside and the weather will be beautiful sunday. down in oakland on washington boulevard, that's one of the most unique places there. daniel's restaurant, we'll talk about that thought the week. we need to talk weather. we need to get serious about this. we'll show you the first warning doppler and we'll show you the forecast and throw it to don. that's tropical depression number 16. it may get the name nicole, it may not. don't get hung up on a name. as i've said, whinnies zoo bell -- when isabelle came up the bay, it had no name. it was just a deep area of low pressure. that's like what we see there. >> that was a remnant of what once was.
and the same scenario is getting ready to happen again. take a look at the forecast again. it's having the moisture compressed up north. it's not impossible, we could see a touch of rain this afternoon and 73 is the high. rain, 64 tonight and the bottom falls out of the forecast form. we'll have the details tomorrow. we'll go back here to ronnie and we'll answer the questions and i'm going to get your attention. y'all know me, sometimes, i'm too truthful for my own good. i really am. i get home and my wife says, why did you say that. because it was true. this is going to be a big deal. >> ronnie, you're inside, take it away. you have my attention, that's for sure. >> we're live at the carriage house in evergreen.
it's the best dressed sale. i think i just bought this coat. we have beautiful clothes and mens and womens to tell you about when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
. we're looking at temperatures on the first display from 45 in oakland. 67 degrees at the ocean and westminster and bel air. 56 and 57. 61 in the district. annapolis and kent island -- and now, we get into the part of the presentation we're interested in. that's what's coming our way. and forget what you see offshore right here. that's not a player. this moisture at the border, that's the leading edge of rain that's being squeezed north from the tropical depression number 16. now, before i put this into
motion, we'll look at a few things. winds 35 miles per hour. we've seen bigger nor'easters and yeah, it may not get a name. it's the rain, not the wind we're concerned about. it's gathered a ton of moisture from the south west atlantic from charleston and daytona. we have the jet stream dipped off to the west. and imagine two spinning wheels in different directions. like a tennis ball, you'll see the batting cages. and put it in between the wheels and it pops out. that's what's happening between the moisture. it's moving quickly up the coast. this thing right now, it's south of key west. by friday morning, it's going to be north of the area.
and the spaghetti models are agreeing broad senter is coming from the west. the strong parts of these lows are to the east of the center. in other words, here's where all of the rain and wind is. we're more concerned about the rain. as the low tracks west of frederick, where's the energy going to be. right on the 95 corridor. that's what we're looking at in the spaghetti model. so, today, we can put the warning and graphic up. the easiest way to say it is, every count accept for two, garrett and allegany is under a flood watch or a coastal flood watch. that's areawide and the acception of the two counties. rain by dinner time and a high of 75 degrees this day. don, take it away.
if you're about to be on your way, here's sharon. well, the only problem you could run into is minor congestion on the westside of the beltway. taking a look at the speeds and outer lupe, that's 55 miles per hour there and a 12 minute drive time. a very minor delay. there's a look outside at the delay. this is brought to you by toyota and your local toyota dealer where you'll find quality cars and trucks. toyota, moving forward. back to you. all right, let's go to the ronster. it's a nice coat, dude. thank you, i may -- >> is that cashmere? ther this is the best dress
sale 2010. what i am wearing? a bicuna jacket. it looks perfect. it's a good example of the wonderful men's clothing that we have. >> and i want to interrupt you for a second. this coat, 49 bucks. 49 bucks. >> how many bicuna's were injured in the making of the coat? >> this is amazing, you have 12,000 items of clothing up for sell for the benefit of johns hopkins. >> the clothes come from donations. we have wonderful people and shops who give us items and this all collects and we start in march. it all gets sorted. we're able to store it at the carriage house, we're in evergreen. 4545 north charles street. it's free admission, friday,
saturday, sunday. friday, we're open from 9:00 to 6:00 and saturday, 10:00 to 4:00 and sunday, 11:00 to 3:00. then, on thursday, tomorrow -- we're having a preview event. that will be from 4:00 to 8:00. that has a ticket and everything else is free. $55 at the door and remembering, that goes to johns hopkins hospital. and however, any of the viewers who call within the next two house, leave their name at 955- 9341, or go under the website at women'sboardjhmi.ediu, we'll make you eligible for a 45- dollar ticket. we're running late on time. what's your name? ma'am. what's that, that's beautiful.
>> that's a vintage dress and buying green benefits the environment. >> and that's a chanel. a we have chanel shoes and tori burk shoes and we have wonderful clothes. >> it's men's and womens and we want to emphasize, it's a great cause. this is the 43rd year. >> and quickly, we have to do it quickly. >> we have to do it quickly. look at these handbags. don and marty. >> i need a clutch. that's what i heard. any way, come on over to the carriage house in evergreen. it's the best dress sale sponsored by the women's board of johns hopkins hospital. they have hats, too, guys. all right? >> you made somebody's day. >> we'll send it back to you. good luck. it's for the benefit of johns hopkins hospital.
955-9341. >> let me show the forecast into the break. it will be a day of change today with a high of 73. we've already knocked that down from 75 degrees. the rain comes in this afternoon and rain tonight and wind swept rain tomorrow and a high of 75. you could end this on a high note. we'll clear it out friday afternoon. and fall like, mid-atlantic. good drying conditions and that's what we'll need. we'll be back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
[low audio] >> there could be a spike in airfares. adam may has more. >> reporter: south west could control 70% of the business at bwi. >> i wouldn't change anything about it. >> many travelers concerned this could ruin south west. >> we usually want to travel south west.
>> reporter: why? because of prices. >> reporter: south west's fairs to orlando were recently beat and now, this could end the bargains. >> and if you have fewer competitors the tendency is, i'll raise prices because i can. during the recent disappearance of other planes victims of mergers, the national airfare has risen to $328 baltimore bucked the trend. fairs dropped here 2%. >> do you rely on that as a customer. it's important. >> reporter: a spokesman agreed on the role of competition and they're looking for more. the airport is continuously working to boost the competition
competition. >> reporter: and on top of the fair increases, many predict job losses here at bwi. i'm adam may, wjz-13, eyewitness news. >> if approved, it won't be complete until 2012. yet to come, horseradish and soda. they have more in common than you may think. [no audio] there's a call for a cleaner bay, we'll have the story, coming up. after running down a 16- year-old cyclist, he had heroin in his pocket and alcohol in his veins. and if you're about to head out, minor delays on the westside of the beltway, we'll
send it to marty now. we'll continue to track the northerly progress of tropical depression number 16. it's going to be bad news for the area. we're looking at about 5 inches of rain moving our way. coming up on of coffee with, the story of a maryland lady in president lincoln's cabinet. that's an unknown story. one author brought it to life.
it's 6:30 and a dry day's start. >> well, it's dry now. we'll look at the first warning doppler weather radar. as we've been talking about all morning long, you expand the radar and you see the moisture
as close as richman and you see the moisture moving south and as you continue to go all the way down to the straights of florida. that's tropical depression number 16. it will be moving our way over the next 36 hours with the potential of five inches of rain. it's coming towards the 95 corridor. taking a look at the day part. today, the day start is calm. we'll cloudy skies bus lunch and 72 at noon and on the way to 73 degrees. possible showers this evening and 68 degrees. as again, tropical depression number 16 moving our way. the spaghetti models bring it to your neighborhood. we'll have the details coming up shortly. >> if you have a commute coming up, here's sharon. just a minor delay as i've mentioned on the westside of
the beltway, you can see the speed down to 46 miles per hour on the outer lupe now. a 13 minutes set back. that's a two minute delay. there's a live look at the delay and a beautiful sunrise and there are brake lights. and 70 is empty there and everything is running smoothly. this is brought to you by toyota. toyota, buy right the first time and you'll save more in the long run. >> six months, that's how long a man will spend behind bars for carrying heroin and driving drunk and killing a teen on a bike. >> reporter: the family of the victim says that the sentence isn't what they would call justice. >> reporter: it's been a year since ben was killed. his family's emotions are still raw.
>> easy going, no matter what was going on. he had a little smile and if you asked him how he was feeling, he would say, better. >> reporter: this 27-year-old pleaded guilty to hitting the boy while intoxicated and carrying heroin. he'll be subject to drug counseling and he'll also serve six months in prison. there that'scrazy! that's crazy you would do more time for possession of heroin than killing somebody. >> the only charges he pled guilty to were for possessing heroin and driving while intoxicated. >> sometimes if the case is weak, the stronger the state's case, the less they want to give up, the weaker the state's case, the more willing they'll give up something to get anything. >> he didn't get to graduate
and go to college and get married. i think it should, you know, somebody who decided to do drugs and drink and get in the car -- and he just did that for fun. he took my brother's life. i think it should mess up his life to a point where he regrets it. >> he admitted he was a heroin addict. and reporting live, i'm don shoe. and he'll serve an additional six months of house arrest. the family of a 14-year-old electrocuted came to an agreement with a private contractor. she was playing softball and touched a dugout fence that was reaching a cable. her family reached a settlement. he's hailed as a hero and a
police officer springs into action saving a 4-year-old's life. the man responded to a money none call. a man's 4-year-old stopped breathing and the child is at baltimore medical center being treated to the illness that caused her to stop breathing. advocates discussed ways to clean up the cheese peek. -- chesapeake. >> reporter: this is maryland's greatest natural resource. years of pollution and run off strangled the bay. >> we gather with a message s&l to restore the health of the waters and the bay. >> reporter: many are frustrated with the state of the bay and they're asking marylanders to restore the bay.
we're hal here to rally to support the epa who's drawn a line in the sand and said, it's time to stop the pollution. >> reporter: the efforts are happening in place like baltimore's inner harbor where the floating wetlands are being tested. it's key to having a clean and healthy bay and making sure that the smaller bodies of water that feed into it are themselves clean. baltimore's inner harbor is a smaller body of water. a recent report card want encouraging. >> you look at the harbor, we get a big red f. not good. >> reporter: the plan is due november 29th. >> thank you, and speaking about the environment. governor o'malley will pick up
the endorsement of three organizations today. environment maryland and the chapter of the sierra club and the clean water action. and the race for governor is still tight. there and a new washington post poll shows that a gap could be widening. 52% say they'll support o'malley and 41% say they'll support ehrlich. the margin of error is still plus or minus 4%. and we urge you to stay with us for more information. . >> in health watch, is your favorite soda spicy. the carbon dioxide sets off the same sensors in the nasal cavity as mustard and horseradish. scientists say that the
discovery explains why you feel a tingling sensation when you drunk your soda too fast. [low audio] lugo faces a fine after being ejected in tampa. he threw his helmet after striking out. he was playing in place of roberts. in the end, they win and securing a play offspot. >> i think we 'done a great job -- [ indiscernible ] >> no, i love it. it shows a bit of community here. the yankees clenched the play offstop last night. one of the raven's newest editions struck a deal with under armour. anquan boldin struck a deal. this is after lewis was
featured in the new old spice commercials. temperature terms of -- the therms of the deal haven't been announced. >> well, all right. i'll tell you what i want to do. i want to get it into the break. we're talking about tropical depression number 16. giving you the bottom line, we'll fill you in on the details. they'll absolutely get your attention and we'll have foul weather here over in next 36 hours and someone will see 5 inches of rain. let's go ahead and mention, up on coffee with, it's a story about a woman named anna ella carroll. that gentlemen there, he's written, he's written about her and written a movie about her. she was in president lincoln's cabinet at a time where ladies
want allowed in the front door. it's an interesting, interesting local story. a fallow named bruce bridegroom came east to talk about it. it's not just a local guy promoting a local chick in d.c.. it's a real story of major maryland interest. sharon shawn has the traffic control and look sharon gibala control and look sharon gibala has the traffic control and d ,, old gibbs canning company.
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columbia is at 56 and the same downtown. and 63 degrees rock hall, maryland this morning. and we want to get to what we want to talk about, tropical
depression number 16. i'll repeat this. don't get hung up on the fact this doesn't have a name. this is irrelevant. er when isabelle came up the bay, it was a subtropical formation. it was the remnants of the storm, is bole we're starting to see the moisture compressed in a quick way. tropical depression number 16, that's south of key west, florida. there's a big dip in the jet stream, there's high pressure offshore and between the two, this is squeezed. i mean, it's pushed like you would take tooth paste out of a container up the east coast. and let's go to the 5:00 observation center. the winds aren't a big deal here.
it's this that's pulled up from charleston and daytona beach. into the next 36 hours, as the low goes into baltimore, we could see about five inches of rain there. , and the spaghetti models are coming in line with the fact that that storm is going to lodge itself out to the west and other than allegany and garrett county, every county is under a water watch. 70 degrees is the high and the rain beginning in earnest and tomorrow, wind swept rain and a high of 75. we'll clear it out for a beautiful weekend. any tight squeezes out on the beltway. >> just a my nor delay. it's starting to get more significant. if you travel on the westside between 795 and edmondson, you'll find an average speed of 34 miles per hour.
otherwise, everything's running smoothly elsewhere. there's a live look outside at the west side of the beltway. it's looking good and there are brake lights. there's the westside at maryland 41. you can see that's also slow and a look at 95. this is the southbound lanes coming towards us on the left. you could have to tap your brakes on the beltway. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, moving forward. marty and don, back to you guys. it's an interesting story you're about to hear. the guest is bruce bridegroom. ladies and gentlemen, this is an incredible story. an attorney, a play write, if you will. a movie maker. a man with low ambitions in life, as you can tell.
take a look at the internet. this is an interesting story involving anna ella carroll. more importantly, we're talking about hillary clinton being a member of the cabinet and other women who have served in cabinet level positions. in lincoln's time, you found out this lady wasn't in the cabinet, but had power in the administration. [no audio]
>> she was born in 1815 and her father was the governor of maryland and she got a job with the national intelligence, that was a newspaper out of washington like an investigative reporter and later, she started her own political party, the american party. a candidate prop supposed to her -- proposed to her and she shot him down [low audio]
>> she was the most powerful woman in america during the civil war. >> yes, until the beginning of 1863 and then she wasn't around and there's a reason [low audio] >> so lincoln's wife didn't
want her around? >> she was jealous of her. but what a significant person. and now, she's finally coming to life. >> well, in 1876, they had a senate resolution to make her a major general 11 years after the war, but that was tabled and she died. but the fact there was a resolution. of the fact she started a party that successfully ran and a mid- the president of the united states. my goodness, the current republican party can trace its roots back in part to the political party started by a maryland woman. >> well, she was very important nor the early days of the republican party, but, the mayor thing that she did was to come up with the battle plan
that helped the union to win the civil war. pretty good on your resume. >> and lincoln died six days after the war was over -- >> he couldn't say this is the person that did this. >> she couldn't get the credit during the war, but now during the era of mass communication, there she is. and the name of the movie is? "lost river." >> where can someone find it? >> we'll have a premiere on november 20th. i believe [low audio] >> you can go to friends of anna carroll's website. >> and this is fascinating. >> we'll plan on seeing you a couple of weeks and when you
come in down for the premiere. we'll continue to story. >> that will be great, i like that very much. >> now you know something you department know. that's carroll. it will blow your mind. as a great man used to say, in maryland, by george. ,, twitheehr flyreshed bak ge bal tw fistsnlor o,y $3 ke li d ouricelioewus n ma totoil bas weor shoet ctecolahi cp, g sothrab ree 3 for y.toda [ ding! ]
it's a beautiful day's start and extreme moisture north and we'll see the moisture deteriorate quickly. over the next 36 hours, we'll have a touch of rain starting this afternoon. we'll see about five inches of rain. rain tonight, 74 and wind swept rain. and the good news is, the weekend's looking good and fall like. now, over to sharon sharp. >> -- sharon gibala. one accident on the outer lupe at lock raven boulevard, not yet confirm. we're seeing delays costing you 3 minutes of the speed of 46 miles per hour. on the westside, you're looking at a delay from 795 from edmondson avenue. 11 minutes there and speeds of 35 miles per hour. there's a look at old fort road
and the brake lights there also. and there's a look at the beltway at maryland 41. this is brought to you by the cochran firm. if you've suffered a personal injuries call. >> back to you, don. >> a man will spend six months in prison after killing a teen in howard county. he pled guilty and as part of the bargain, he admitted to having heroin in his pocket. after jail, he'll spend six months under house arrest. in 2006, a girl was playing softball and touched the fence that was touching an underground electric cable. her family settled with the electric company. stay with us, complete news,
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